Bucharest – Bright and Gray
Published by Vincent Mars
I write as a way of life: stories, blogs, articles, almost-poems. I'm a freelancer, a vegetarian, and I listen to Leonard Cohen and enjoy French films. We are dying a little more with each new day we live, so shouldn't we make the most of our time? View all posts by Vincent Mars
22 thoughts on “Bucharest – Bright and Gray”
Love all, but I love the first one more- #1 !! ❤
These are lovely.
#1 … sooo sweet ♥
The red door 🙂
I like the one with the red door
I love #1
What did you use to get the colour effect? It’s really cool! 🙂
Secrets of the trade!
#2 and #3 are both great!
The yellow truck. Where lies the magic -your eyes or the lens?
Or maybe it’s in the eye of the beholder?
My preference- 1. the kids and then 2. the cars
You are a good photographer. Nice blog as well. X
Reblogged this on Bernadette Rose and commented:
My FIRST Reblog
The door that shall not be named.
I enjoy your photos you have a keen eye. I also like your blog, you are a true artists that paints with words.
I liked the symmetry of the cars, the grilles behind them and the arches. And the one with ce? because of the question it poses. Nice work, glad you are venturing out!
Hello Bernard. Glad whenever you stop here. In Romanian, ce? means what?
Ah, memories of winter in the City! The first picture says most to me – that feeling of rain and the connection between places of shelter: how they link and become a chain. But all nice pictures – all well composed, I think.
Number 2! And thank you for the invisible gift. I’m going to hang on my wall.
Correction. I’m going to hang IT on my wall.
I like numbers 2&6 best because theyre subtle,